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BLOG: Edgewater’s Baruch Talbot Went Back to Liberia

Baruch Talbott is a recent graduate of South River High School (Class of 2013). When he was 10 years old, he was adopted from war-torn Liberia by David and Naomi Talbott of Edgewater. In 2012, Baruch, with co-author Debby Coughlan wrote of his journey in a book, “In the Middle of the Line.” We interviewed […]

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BLOG: My Declaration of Independence from Verizon

When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one cable customer to dissolve the service agreement which has connected them to their cable provider, and to declare the causes of which impel them to separation. == Alas, unlike the Founding Fathers, I can’t quit my cable company like they quit King George. […]

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BLOG: International Volunteers Work to Remove Wineberry at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary

In mid-July, a delegation of 22 environmentalists, government officials, academics, and environmental journalists from 20 different countries around the world visited Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary to participate in a wineberry removal volunteer workday. The visitors were part of the World Trade Center Institute’s U.S. Department of State-sponsored International Visitors Leadership Program. The delegation was visiting Maryland […]

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BLOG: Why We Are Here & Why You Should Advertise With South River Source

Cynthia and I started this business a little over 18 months ago, and in that time we have built an incredible following. We enjoy our interactions with our readers on the site and on Facebook and Twitter—and we really strive to be not just local in the sense that we cover what’s happening around us, […]

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BLOG: My Eight Year Mystery Illness? It Was @#!%$ Lyme Disease

First, let me say that I don’t want to diminish other peoples’ suffering in terms of chronic or terminal illness with this story. I recognize that there are people who have far worse health challenges. But I want to tell my story because I know there are others out there like me—people undiagnosed with Lyme […]

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BIZ BLOG: Wharfside to Become Chads BBQ in Early Summer

From Sandy Lofgren Sargent, realtor and restauranteur. Sandy and her husband, Rick Sargent, have operated the Wharfside Bar & Grill in Edgewater for a number of years. They are handing over day-to-day control of the restaurant to their son, Chad, effective early this summer. Here’s what the Sargents had to say: We are excited to […]

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